Input Lag for 2016 HDTVs

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It’s that time of the year again! I managed to get my hands on several new 2016 HDTVs, most notably models from Samsung and LG. There are some 2015 models sprinkled in here, which are quickly being phased out in favor of new models, so act fast on discounts! It’s great to see that input lag continues to improve across manufacturers, with Samsung offering extremely low input lag across their models this year.

 

 

Here are the HDTVs tested for input lag:

Brand HD Res Size Model Lag Rating Price
Samsung 4K 55″ UN55KS8000 20ms Excellent Check Amazon
Samsung 4K 55″ UN55KS8500 20ms Excellent Check Amazon
Samsung 4K 55″ UN55KS9500 20ms Excellent Check Amazon
Samsung 4K 65″ UN65KS9500 20ms Excellent Check Amazon
Samsung 4K 65″ UN65KS8500 19ms Excellent Check Amazon
LG 720p 32″ 32LF500B 39ms Great Check Amazon
LG 1080p 43″ 43LF5400 29ms Great Check Amazon
LG 4K 43″ 43UH6100 33ms Great Check Amazon
LG 4K 49″ 49UH6100 33ms Great Check Amazon
LG 4K 55″ 55UH6150 33ms Great Check Amazon
LG 1080p 55″ 55EG9100 33ms Great Check Amazon
LG 4K 55″ 55EF9500 55ms Okay Check Amazon
LG 4K 55″ 55UH7700 34ms Great Check Amazon
LG 4K 60″ 60UH6550 19ms Excellent Check Amazon
LG 4K 60″ 60UH7700 34ms Great Check Amazon
LG 4K 65″ 65UH8500 32ms Great Check Amazon
LG 4K 65″ 65UH7700 34ms Great Check Amazon
LG 4K 65″ 65UH6150 33ms Great Check Amazon
Sony 4K 55″ XBR-55X810C 35ms Great Check Amazon
Sony 4K 65″ XBR-65X810C 34ms Great Check Amazon
Haier 1080p 49″ 49E4500R 28ms Great Check Amazon
Haier 4K 55″ 55E5500U 27ms Great N/A


Be sure to check out our growing input lag database to compare these models to the rest of the lineup, and stay tuned for more updates in the near future!

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Adeel Soomro

Adeel Soomro, also known as "Four Wude", has been a competitive Street Fighter 4 player since 2008. Using his extensive gaming experience on a casual and professional level, he aims to spread the awareness of input lag existing in today's displays. Having tested over 300 displays for input lag, he hopes that DisplayLag will aid gamers around the world when purchasing the best HDTV or monitor for gaming.

18 Comments

  1. Nintendo Maniac 64 on

    Awww, none of the 2016 LG OLEDs? 🙁 The B6/C6/E6/G6 seem to have considerably lower input lag (~34ms) than older UHD OLED models.

  2. 小杜 (xiao du) on

    Tried the new Xiaomi 70″ 4K ( L70M4-AA ) set here in Shanghai at the office. Pretty atrocious lag at >130ms!

    • Adeel Soomro
      Adeel Soomro on

      That’s very disappointing! It’s amazing to see manufacturers still have high lag in their displays.

  3. Hi, any info about the Samsung K6300 input lag? That’s a sweet LED TV for those who don’t want to spend too much or aren’t interested in 4K TVs yet, so this info would be very appreciated cause it could help a lot of people. I’m particularly interested in the 55″ version of it.

  4. I have Vizio 2016 P-Series. It currently has 17ms Input lag. Question: Once HDR games come out, what will the input lag on the Vizio P-Series be then? I have the Vizio P65-C1.. Thank You!!

  5. Debra Nolder Crosby on

    How well is the Samsung 55″ 6500 Series- Curved 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV- 2160p, 120MR ( Model#UN55KU6500) for input lag? What rating does it have?

  6. William Benjamin Lowell on

    I have an LG 55UH7700, any suggestions besides game mode to reduce my input lag? Feel like it isn’t as low as it should be!

  7. Hey Adeel Soomro, what is the input lag on a Samsung 40″ LED 4K Ultra HDTV Smart UN40KU6300F? Thank you for your time.

  8. hi, i recently bought a game laptop and wanted to use the LG 55UH6150 as my 2nd monitor but the mouse lag is still way more than 33ms, it feels more like half a second. anyone else have this problem?

    • That’s strange, was the picture mode set to “Game”? It shouldn’t feel too much more noticeable than a low lag monitor. Half a second definitely sounds like game mode isn’t being enabled correctly.

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